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Brandon De Wilde plays a runaway orphan in a story set in the early 20th century. Lee Marvin has a prominent role.
Unfortunately, there was a continuous logo or watermark that had to be obscured.
This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films
Director: Jerry Hopper
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Brandon De Wilde; Lee Marvin; Gary Merrill; Frank Cady; Ken Curtis; Missouri
Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0
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Subject: Just A Nice Flick
Good heart warming story..in color. I enjoyed every second. Lee Marvin is a very good "good/bad" guy. Don't be afraid to show this one to your kids or grandkids. Five stars.
Subject: I Declare
Being a muley Show Me stater the title caught my eye. Then I see Lee Marvin is in the cast and I'm all in. Well there wasn't much to do with Missouri other than the title and a few passing mentions. The town name is not one I'm familiar with but the Warner Brothers back lot is immediately recognizable. Lots of good character actors fill out the cast. You remember Sam Drucker? Satisfying movie and well worth the time. Would recommend this without hesitation.
Subject: Brandon deWilde's Last "Innocence" Film
Remember when movies were about people interacting with people -- and NOT special effects -- that is "The Missouri Traveler". Great for adults and the kids.
You can learn more about deWilde's last "innocence" film at:
Subject: a fine piece of film
If you are looking for a good old-fashioned heart-warmer you should watch this because it is a wholesome, charming delight from start to finish.
Good job on the logo removal. It's only very slightly disctracting. You might want to take a look at these guides depending on white kind of a logo it is you could probably remove it a little better: